Selected Publications Norman, OK, TRAILS Project, school of Library Training Programs for Library MediaSpecialists. Proceedings Tempe, arizona College of Education, arizona State http://faculty-staff.ou.edu/P/Lotsee.F.Patterson-1/lotsee3.htm
Extractions: Selected Publications Books Books and Contributions to Books "Native American Videos." Culturally Diverse Media Collections for Youth , ed. Irene Wood. New York: Neal-Schuman, 1999. (Co-authored with Rhonda Taylor.) "Native Americans" and "Native American Resources." Guide to Multicultural Resources, 1997-1998 , ed. Alex Boyd. Lotsee Patterson and others, associate editors. Fort Atkinson, WI: Highsmith Press, 1997. "Native Americans" and "Native American Resources." Guide to Multicultural Resources, 1995-1996 , ed. Alex Boyd. Lotsee Patterson and others, associate editors. Fort Atkinson, WI: Highsmith Press, 1995: 290-372. Indian Terms of the Americas . Englewood, CO: Libraries Unlimited, 1994. (Co-authored with Mary Ellen Snodgrass.) "Comanche." Native America in the Twentieth Century: An Encylopedia , ed. Mary B. Davis. New York, NY: Garland Publishing, 1994: 128-129. "Understanding and Appreciating the Unique Needs of Native Americans."
Extractions: This publication is a service of the Free Congress Research and Education Foundation, Inc. (FCF) and does not necessarily reflect the views of the Free Congress Foundation nor is it an attempt to aid or hinder the passage of any bill.Nor is it an attempt to assist or defeat any candidate running for public office. Receive Free Commentaries Daily Congressman Trent Franks: A Freshman Worth Watching By Paul M. Weyrich January 15, 2003 Some old friends like Jesse Helms have left Congress, but last November's election sent some new, committed conservatives to Washington. One new member that I expect will come to be viewed as a leader is Trent Franks (R), a committed social conservative from Arizona. I have been fortunate to know Trent for many years and find him to be an invigorating thinker. He ran a non-profit think tank in Arizona that was affiliated with James Dobson's Focus on the Family. Trent also had served in the state House and as head the Arizona Governor's Office of Children in the mid-1980s.
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Media Update - Jun. 13, 2002 - City Of Scottsdale Scottsdale's Weekly Report to the media. and nearby Sonoran Desert north of the CentralArizona Project Canal. are now in effect for the Indian school Park and http://www.scottsdaleaz.gov/news/2002/June/MU06-13-02.asp
Extractions: Screening for Vista del Camino's Back-to-School program begins July 1. Children who live in Scottsdale and will be attending kindergarten through 12th grade are eligible. Screening includes an interview to determine family income eligibility and get information about the school aged children in the family. Proof of household income, Scottsdale residency and school enrollment must be provided for each child at the interview. Anyone interested in helping to provide new or gently used clothing and/or school supplies may bring them to Vista del Camino between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. weekdays. New jeans, socks, underwear, backpacks and other school supplies are needed, as well as "gently used" clothing. Volunteers are needed to help to collect and sort clothing and help the days of distribution. Hair stylists are also being sought to provide free haircuts.
Center For Latin American Studies To expand upon these strengths, the arizona consortium requests and modules for highschool and general and coursebased conferences, media productions, and http://las.arizona.edu/aclas.html
Extractions: The Arizona Consortium on Latin America (NRC/FLAS) The Arizona Consortium on Latin America was established in Fall 1999 between the Latin American Studies centers at the University of Arizona and Arizona State University. The consortium submitted a successful proposal to the U.S. Department of Education for designation and funding as a Title VI National Resource Center on Latin America beginning September 2000 and also received support for Foreign Language and Area Scholarships (FLAS) for graduate students. The abstract below describes the goals of the consortium during the first three years. General information about the Title VI program can be found on the Department of Education web site. The Arizona State University center is directed by Professor Tod Swanson. Abstract The rapid growth in the population and economy of Arizona, the Southwest, and the U.S.-Mexico border region has been accompanied by a significant demand for information, teacher training, economic and cultural activity, and informed public policy relating to Latin America. As we document in this proposal, the Latin American Area Center at The University of Arizona (UA) and Center for Latin American Studies at Arizona State University (ASU) already contribute significantly to these regional needsas well as to the overall development of a national expertise and dialogue on Latin Americathrough an extensive set of instructional, research, and outreach activities.
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